U.S. Jews share shuls due to low attendance
Mass migration to the suburbs has left many urban synagogues far too large, and expensive to maintain, for their current congregations.
Marla Topp, of Temple Judea Mizpah in Skokie, Ill., doesn’t need survey data to tell her that Reform Judaism is in decline and Orthodox Judaism is growing. She has to look no further than her own synagogue.
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